This week's episode is a distinctly non-sober affair, as birthday drinks crippled Cal's ability to function (he wants you to know that he is fully aware that Joanne Woodward is American), but we managed to get through this week's busy line-up of films in under ninety minutes. Pete caught Denzel Washington thriller "The Equalizer" and Mike Cahill's treatise on faith vs. science, "I Origins," while Cal was in the queue for horror flick "Honeymoon" and had time to rewatch Pawel Pawlikowski's "Ida." After that, both of us weigh in on David Cronenberg's Hollywood satire "Maps to the Stars," featuring Cannes Best Actress winner Julianne Moore, which leads us into a discussion of women from the past who have received that honour. Elsewhere, banter about pop music shifts from Taylor Swift onto Cheryl Cole, we ponder how long George Clooney's marriage will last, a Christie Clanger from last week is addressed, and preconceptions for David Fincher's "Gone Girl" (reviewed next week) get laid bare.
The Week's News:
George Clooney marries in Venice
Foreign Language Oscar submissions: Russia submit "Leviathan"; Argentina submit "Wild Tales"
Al Pacino receives a BAFTA Fellowship
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Closing Segment: Our take on David Cronenberg's "Maps to the Stars," and discussing the history of Best Actress winners at the Cannes Film Festival!
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Shag, Marry or Kill?
The Olsen Factor
The Isaac Range